We have always stood by the theory that sometimes wearing a primarily masculine outfit (that typically men would wear more than women) like a tuxedo in the right way makes a woman look even more feminine. If you don’t believe us, all you need to do is look at classic masculine fashion ideas for women and you will soon be nodding your head in agreement. But as we said earlier, the keyword here is getting it right and this is something where women tend to go too much to the other side. Once they do, they are told that the look is too butch and this could cause their confidence to be eroded in case that is not the look they are going for. That is why we feel there is a need for feminine ways and balance to menswear inspired womenswear fashion ideas or else it can all quickly go wrong. It is not just about how you style it, but also how you carry it off.
Feminine Ways To Wear Tuxedo Suits Fashionably
It is but natural for women who are used to primarily wearing dresses and skirts, to feel a sense of freedom or awkwardness (depending on what type of personality they have) and this could change the way they walk. If you do not want to appear too boyish and retain your femininity while wearing a masculine outfit, one of the ways to ensure this is by walking properly. We completely understand that having access to street style ways to wear a bomber jacket will add a swagger to your walk and style, refrain from doing so when you are wearing a tuxedo.
Before we proceed further, we are sure that you may have a doubt in your mind about the difference between a tuxedo and a suit as the latter is something that we all have worn at one time or another. A tuxedo becomes different from a suit due to the placement of satin on it with the lapels, the pockets, the buttons and even the side of the leg of the trousers have a touch of satin on them.
Now that we have clarified that, let us look at feminine ways to wear a
It is about the right fit: One of the ways to ensure that you get the tuxedo right is by spending enough time, money and efforts to get it custom made. You do want to ensure that the tuxedo you wear has the right fit around the legs, waist and the shoulders. Believe us when we tell you that the broad shoulder and narrow hip norm for good looks in men does not apply to women. That is why it is well worth the time you spend on getting the tuxedo to fit right.
The length and waist: Trousers for women have to be flattering and this in most instances translates to not being baggy but well fitted at the waist and the thighs. It also makes sense to ensure that the length of the trouser leg is just right and not too long. The waist also needs to cinch in right so that the lines of your figure are not ruined. You want to display curves and not a cylindrical shape.
The shirt matters: The shirt that you wear under the tuxedo should of thin material and be just long enough to tuck in without making it look bulky. In fact, we would say make it just long enough to tuck in and not an inch more. This way you can be sure that your waist area looks neat and feminine. If you are in a daring mood, then you can do away with the shirt altogether. A hint of cleavage playing peekaboo is very feminine indeed.
Check the lines for no bulges and reveals: The undergarments that you wear with the tuxedo is as important as the tuxedo itself. A bulky pair of panties and a brassiere with poor support can make you look awkward. Choose materials that will not reveal themselves even when the tuxedo is fitted a bit tight. Ensure that the bra supports your breast well and makes you look smart and trim instead of bulky.
Please look at the images we have given along with this article to get more ideas on feminine ways to style the tuxedo.